Iron Saga, the hit mech battle game from Asia, launched in the USA in December, and has been updated sporadically since then. The April update just arrived and adds a ton of fresh content to the game.
Iron Saga, the hit mech battle game from Asia, launched in the USA in December. It’s been quiet since, but the game sprung back to life today with a massive update that includes a higher level cap and new PvP arenas.
Iron Saga has been downloaded over ten million times across China, Japan and Korea, and the English version was introduced last month. The mech battling game boasts a variety of modes including Story Mode, Gaiden and Challenge Mode; each can be played either solo or with friends.
Tomorrow you’ll be able to play the mech battle game Iron Saga on your mobile device, and you won’t have to travel to a Far East country to do it (which is where the game has been exclusive ’til now). Iron Saga has been downloaded over ten million times across China, Japan and Korea, and an English version is about to launch here.
Here we have Russ Bullock, the president of Piranha Games, giving us some detailed info on their latest title, MechWarrior Online. Many of the changes sound excellent to me and, being a free to play game, I can’t think of any reason for a mech head like me to not give it a shot when it releases. Check out the trailer below to see if you concur.
‘Mech’ games are a bit of a rarity these days. This generation has a rather short list of poorly designed games that haven’t really given fans of the genre what they deserve.(more…)
Namco Bandai games have released a new trailer for Armored Core V that shows off a lot of the awesome customization that will be available in From Software’s latest entry in their popular mech franchise. This game has been at the top of my most anticipated games lists since it was announced and I can’t wait to play it on March 20th. With tons of customization, online co-op through the campaign and a persistent online world to battle over, what isn’t there to be excited about?(more…)
Day 1 Studios has announced AAA, Free-to-play Mech Combat game Reign of Thunder. You may remember Day 1 as the developers behind Mech Assault, a title that Microsoft used in the early 2000’s to promote their fledgling Xbox Live service. It seems that Day 1 are returning in a big way to the genre they’ve been known for.
Piranha games announce that their giant robot simulation Mechwarrior Reboot is no more, but instead will become the free-2-play game Mechwarrior Online.